Boycott in Support of American Muslims


 How much power should the Christian bigoted Islamophobic conservative movement be allowed? And why aren’t the American people more offended concerning their most current actions?

There are a lot of “reality” television shows out there. Dating, living, loving, racing, scaring and all sorts of other “ings.” I am embarrassed when my overseas friends ask me about those who live in New Jersey or Southern California based on what they are seeing as ‘real’ on television.

I am embarrassed by the thought that someone named “Snookie” or “The Situation” is representing Americans to – America! It was bad enough when those overseas saw every American living like J.R. Ewing from the evening soap opera “Dallas.”

So the idea of some diversity in these shows is nice to see. This is especially true with the TLC network’s “All American Muslims,”

“…a look at life in Dearborn, Michigan–home to the largest mosque in the United States–through the lens of five Muslim American families.

“Each episode offers an intimate look at the customs and celebrations, misconceptions and conflicts these families face outside and within their own community.”

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About David Rosman

David Rosman is an award winning editor, writer, professional speaker and college instructor in Communications, Ethics, Business and Politics. You can read more of David’s commentaries at ColumbiaMissourian.com, InkandVoice.com and NYJournalofBooks.com.
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One Response to Boycott in Support of American Muslims

  1. Christians are not to act in an unloving, bigoted manner. Unfortunately, we can’t control other Christians. All we can do is speak our piece politely, and share out point of view. It is a little embarrassing when Christians aren’t acting very Christ-like, but we all have our moments. It’s sad that this is obviously one of those moments, isn’t it?

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